Each student receives a personalised programme. It is designed around your learning objectives, not our way of working. The number of days you follow a training course depends on your wishes and goals. For example, if you want to learn to speak English fluently but do not have any prior knowledge of the language, your training course will naturally be longer than if you already speak English well and only want to brush up on your presentation skills.
You can choose to follow a language course on working days or at weekends.
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